As results emerge from the use of the Global Kids Online research tookit, we publish the latest findings on children’s online access, risks and opportunities from around the world.

Until quite recently, internet use was substantially confined to the global North, as were both the evidence about children’s internet use and the developments in policy and practice that sought to maximise children’s online opportunities and minimise online risks. But as more and more children go online around the world, we urgently need an understanding of what is common and what is distinct to different locales.

To address this, here we compare findings across countries and contexts and aim to extend lessons learned in one context to another.


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